PhD Scholarships in Dye-sensitized Solar Cells (DSCs) for International Students at Monash University in Australia 2013
About Scholarship: Potential PhD projects involve the development of tandem DSCs, back-contact DSCs, plasmonic DSCs, alternative redox mediators for DSCs. Our DSC Group currently based at Monash University focuses on the development of 3rd generation photovoltaic concepts and DSC commercialization.
Our joint research group (Monash University – CSIRO – MCN) is currently located at the MCN and the Renewable Energy Labs at Monash University (Clayton campus). The Renewable Energy group will move in February 2013 to new customized labs in the New Horizons Building (animation) – a joint facility of Monash University and CSIRO. Our group of about 12 researchers works on aspects of Nanofabrication and Solar Energy, with a focus on dye-sensitized solar cells. Monash University is Australia’s largest university with over 55,000 students on 8 campuses and ranks within the world’s top-100 universities (Times Higher Education).
The recently established Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication is the major node of Australia’s National Fabrication Facility. CSIRO is Australia’s national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse scientific research organizations in the world. CSIRO is the single largest employer of scientists in Australia, with more than 6 500 people conducting and assisting with scientific research at 57 sites in Australia and around the world.
Study Subject: Dye-sensitized Solar Cells (DSCs)
Course Level: PhD
Scholarship By: Monash University
Eligibility: We are looking for research-enthusiastic candidates from Australia and all over the world who are willing to participate in Monash’s current PhD scholarship round ). Eligible Australian candidates should have a first-class honours (H1) degree (bachelor’s or masters). Eligible international candidates should have a masters degree with H1 equivalence with a highly competitive track-record (e.g. co-authorship of high-impact research papers and/or awards).
Scholarship Open for: The students of from Australia and all over the world can apply for the scholarship
Deadline: 31 October 2012
Further Information: http://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/124686.html